Drinking Water Treatment News

  1. PDVSA Installs Two New Desalters To Increase Oil Production In The Orinoco Oil Belt

    Petróleos de Venezuela, S.A. (PDVSA) completed successfully the land transfer of two mega-structures, from Bolívar to Anzoátegui states, for oil crude desalination. 

  2. Columbia Improvement District Automates Efficiency With McCrometer's FPI Mag Flow Meter

    ​McCrometer’s FPI Mag® meter was installed by Mark Maynard and his team at Columbia Improvement District in Oregon on September 2017.

  3. H2O Innovation Secures Four New Industrial Projects Totalling $3.1M

    H2O Innovation Inc. (“H2O Innovation” or the “Corporation”) is proud to announce it was awarded four (4) new industrial projects in North America. These new contracts, worth $3.1 M, will bring the Corporation’s project sales backlog to $55.1 M.

  4. 2018 SWMOA Awards Presented During Annual Symposium On June 26, 2018

    The 2018 SWMOA Annual Symposium held in Riverside, CA; the Awards Luncheon and SWMOA Membership Meeting took place on Tuesday, June 26, 2018.

  5. International Desalination Association Signs Cooperation Agreement With Greening The Islands

    The International Desalination Association (IDA) and Greening The Islands have entered into a cooperation agreement to promote Greening the Islands Observatory (GTI Observatory) a continuous structured research and analysis initiative on energy, water and mobility that looks into island needs across different sectors, starting with water, energy and mobility.

  6. 2018 AMTA-ADC Fellowships Awarded To Two Students Studying Membrane Technologies

    The American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) is pleased to announce that two students have been awarded AMTA ADC Fellowship Awards for 2018.

  7. Preparing For The Next Big Drought: Sunvapor Receives $1.5M Award From U.S. Department Of Energy

    Sunvapor, Inc., a company that develops technology solutions to sustainability challenges, announced that it was selected to receive a $1.5 million award from the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Energy Technologies Office (SETO) to advance solar-thermal desalination technologies, which can reduce costs and expand the market for producing freshwater from otherwise unusable water.  

  8. DOE Funds Field Test Of Rice’s Solar Desalination Technology

    The Department of Energy (DOE) has awarded $1.7M to a Rice University-led team for further development and field testing of an innovative desalination technology that uses nanoparticles and sunlight to treat water.

  9. LG Chem Emerges As A Global Leader Of RO Membranes

    LG Chem, supplier of the full line of NanoH2O™ reverse osmosis (RO) membranes, announced that over the last two years the company has accrued the most wins for new seawater RO membrane projects with more than 100,000 cubic meters per day capacity, based upon analysis of the database in DesalData published by Global Water Intelligence.

  10. State Of Hawaii Secures $2M In Federal Funding For Solar Desalination Development

    The Natural Energy Laboratory of Hawaii Authority (NELHA) is set to receive a $2M award from the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Energy Technologies Office (SETO) to advance solar-thermal desalination technologies, which can reduce cost and expand the market for creating freshwater from otherwise unusable waters.